You’ve seen him on “Boy Meets World”, “Step by Step”, “Full House”, “Will & Grace”; heard him in “A Goofy Movie”, “Hocus Pocus”, “Spirited Away”, “Fairly Odd Parents”, and “Young Justice”. He’s ‘that guy from that show’, having performed in film, television, video games, apps, for over thirty years!
Kazha is a rock band founded by a Japanese Singer/Bassist Kazuha Oda and a Guitarist Hideki Matsushige. The band has been touring in the U.S.A. with their Artist visa.
Kazuha is a classically trained singer worked in various genres of music from Classic to Heavy Metal. She worked with wide variety of Grammy Award-winning recording artists and producers including Bob James and Lawrence “Boo” Mitchell.
After the release of Kazha’s first album in 2010, they made their first U.S.A. debut performing at San Francisco’s Asian Heritage Celebration sharing the stage with hip-hop group Far East Movement. In September 2010, the band made its first Anime Convention debut at Colorado’s Premier Anime Convention “Nan Desu Kan”. They also appeared at “Vianco Expo” and made their Mexican debut that same year. Since then, they have toured more than 35 states made special guest appearances at numerous Anime/Comic Conventions and Festivals around the U.S.A.
Kazha has also performed at world famous venues such as Whiskey A Go Go, sharing stage with musicians such as Gilby Clarke, George Lynch, Tracii Guns, LA Guns, Y&T, and Trapt.
In 2014, Kazha gradually started to move their base of operations to Memphis, TN. Since then, they have been featured on local broadcasts such as WREG News Channel 3, ABC 24 News, and WMC Action News 5.
October 2018, Kazha released their self-titled third album “Kazha”. Kazha represents a new future of music: a fusion of cultures and musical view points that create their sound, combining the softness of a falling feather and the heaviness of a hurricane.
Daman Mills is a voice actor based in Dallas, TX. He lends his voice to a variety of anime and video games, all while fueled by a copious amount of coffee.
He has provided voice work for characters such as Frieza (understudy; 2nd voice) and Monaka in Dragon Ball Super, Moroko in Dragon Ball Super: Broly, Jyugo in Nanbaka, Ginshi Shirazu in Tokyo Ghoul:re, Mustard and Moonfish in My Hero Academia, Leonardo Lionheart in RWBY, Yakov Feltsman in Yuri!!! on ICE, Douglas Bullet in One Piece: Stampede, Tanaka in One Piece Film: Gold, Alone in Saint Seiya: The Lost Canvas, Yzak Joule in Mobile Suit Gundam: SEED (NYAV Post dub), Revchi in Black Clover, Shin Wolford in Wise Man’s Grandchild, Lin Xianming in Hakata Tonkotsu Ramens, Asaya Hasekura in Hitorijime My Hero, Chika Kudo in Kono Oto Tomare!: Sounds of Life, Oda Nobunaga in Kochoki, Nezumi in Juni Taisen: Zodiac War, Kai von Glanzreich in The Royal Tutor, Kakine Teitoku in A Certain Magical Index, Ranmaru in Kakuriyo – Bed & Breakfast for Spirits -, Albert Wåhlander in Free! -Dive to the Future-, Mabu Akutsu in Sarazanmai, Klaus Keyman in Star Blazers: Space Battleship Yamato 2202, Honebami Toushirou in Touken Ranbu: Hanamaru, Syunso Hishida in Meiji Tokyo Renka, and Lt. Weiss in Saga of Tanya the Evil. You can also hear him in other titles like Pokémon, Attack on Titan, Camp Camp, Nomad of Nowhere, and much more! Daman has also provided voice work for video games – notably as Frieza in Dragon Ball FighterZ. He can also be heard in SMITE, Paladins, Realm Royale, and YIIK: A Post Modern RPG.
Mystery Skulls is an electronic dance-oriented neo-soul and vintage disco-influenced outfit centered around lead singer/songwriter Luis Dubuc. Dubuc was born and raised in Caracas, Venezuela until he was eight, when his family moved to Toronto, where he fell in love with dance music as well as hip-hop and metal. After moving to Dallas, he played drums for the metal band Thirty Called Arson and formed the electronic pop project the Secret Handshake, whose 2009 album, My Name Up in Lights, reached number seven on Billboard’s Heatseekers chart. In 2011, Dubuc ended the Secret Handshake to focus on the more dance-oriented Mystery Skulls, which took its name from an episode of the Nickelodeon series Are You Afraid of the Dark? That year, Dubuc moved to Los Angeles and released Mystery Skulls’ self-titled debut EP, which featured the single “Amazing,” after which he signed to Warner Bros. in 2013 and collaborated with Chic’s Nile Rodgers on the project’s debut album, Forever, which was released in 2014. Dubuc returned in 2017 with the single “Music,” the first taste from his sophomore full-length, One of Us.
You can now apply for our 2020 Artist Alley by submitting an application on the page below:
Please be sure to read the rules before applying.
Giancarlo Volpe has over 20 years experience in the animation industry, directing on various high profile television shows including Avatar: The Last Airbender, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, and Star Vs the Forces of Evil. He was also producer on Green Lantern: The Animated Series and most recently executive producer on the Netflix original animated series, The Dragon Prince.
Hayden Daviau grew up in the world of performance arts and began her journey of acting in musical theatre, children’s theatre, and show choir. Due to her love of cartoons and animation, Hayden found her way into the recording booth and instantly fell in love with voice over.
Though she hails from the land of Maple Trees and Moose – Canada (eh!) – Hayden decided to follow where her passion lead and move to Dallas, Texas to further her career in voice-over, where she has found much success!
She is best known for her roles as ‘Priestess’ in Goblin Slayer, ‘Koenji’ in The Helpful Fox Senko-San, ‘Mariko Komiya’ in Boogiepop & Others, ‘Sachie’ in MIX: Meisei Story, ‘Young Vanessa’ in Black Clover, ‘Batard’ in Ulysses Jeanne d’Arc and the Alchemist Knight, ‘Liesse’ in Conception, and ‘Kyanna’ in HuniePop, and many others like Fruits Basket, Fire Force, ENDRO!, and Kakuriyo -Bed & Breakfast for Spirits! Most recently, Hayden has been cast as Siberian Moose from the English dub of Kemono Friends!
You can follow Hayden on Twitter, on Instagram and, of course, on Youtube!
Florkofcows is a webcomic artist who uses MS paint to make sock puppet comics.
Room booking for 2020: The Kalahari has a new system in place for bookings in 2020. If you had a Kalahari room at Colossalcon 2019 in your name, please check your e-mail (the address you provided to them) on Monday July 15th at 12:15 pm (check your junk mail too), for information about booking in 2020.
We know lots of you will have a lot of questions about this new system. It is being processed in the only way currently compatible with their new system. We look forward to options that will hopefully become available to us in the future through their new system. Naturally, many people will be pleased with the new procedure, and some people won’t be. We are not going to be able to answer inquiries into further details, as those details are abused by people looking to scalp rooms. If we could, we would get a Kalahari room into the hands of every person who wanted one. We humbly beg your forgiveness in advance, if you are not able to get a room. Thank you.